This chapter shows how to add common HTML elements to your web pages. The core objects included in almost every document are as follows:
<head> objects including
Images and image maps
Text and page formatting options
Hidden comments, scripts, and line-break tags.
This section covers the tools that
ensure proper usage of HTML elements within your document’s
<head> block. Dreamweaver 4 provides easy
access to the
elements (which provide information for search engines), and the
elements (which provide instructions to client and server software
that interacts with your document).
Prior to Version 4, Dreamweaver showed
<head> tags in Code view only. As of DW4,
head content can be accessed using the Head Content bar, shown in
Figure 2-1, in Design view or Code and Design view.
The Head Content bar is opened using View → Head Content,
Ctrl+Shift+W (Windows), or Cmd+Shift+W (Macintosh). In Code view, the
Head Content bar isn’t available, but you can still hand-edit
Figure 2-1. The Head Content bar
To edit the attributes of a head element in the Property inspector, double-click the element’s icon in the Head Content bar. To delete an extraneous head element, select its icon from the Head Content bar and ...